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SDP promotes sound business activities and makes efforts to fulfill the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a member of society. It executes CSR to become a global company contributing to the realization of a sustainable society through the actions of all executives and employees. It is necessary for SDP and all of its suppliers throughout the supply chain to work on the promotion of our CSR efforts, not only in material procurement but also in the entire series of business processes of development, production, sales, and service. SDP believes that the understanding and cooperation of suppliers is essential for promoting our CSR efforts throughout the supply chain. We have therefore established our Basic Purchasing Principles and the Supply-Chain CSR Deployment Guidebook, which conforms with the EICC Code of Conduct published by the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC*1). We ask our suppliers to make their own CSR efforts according to the principles and guidebook.

*1 Click here to visit the EICC website.

Supply-Chain CSR Deployment Guidebook (ver. 2.0)

CSR Deployment Guidebook (ver. 2.0)(217KB)

Supply-Chain CSR Deployment Guidebook (ver. 2.0)
The Supply-Chain CSR Deployment Guidebook outlines items*2 in the following areas that we would like suppliers to consider in their CSR efforts.

*2 The contents of the guidebook were revised in October 2015, based on the EICC Code of Conduct.

 1) Freely Chosen Employment
 2) Young Workers
 3) Working Hours
 4) Wages and Benefits
 5) Humane Treatment
 6) Non-Discrimination
 7) Freedom of Association

 1) Occupational Safety
 2) Emergency Preparedness
 3) Occupational Injury and Illness
 4) Industrial Hygiene
 5) Physically Demanding Work
 6) Machine Safeguarding
 7) Sanitation, Food, and Housing
 8) Health and Safety Communication

 1) Environmental Permits and Reporting
 2) Pollution Prevention and Resource Reduction
 3) Hazardous Substances
 4) Wastewater and Solid Waste
 5) Air Emissions
 6) Materials Restrictions
 7) Storm Water Management
 8) Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

 1) Business Integrity
 2) No Improper Advantage
 3) Disclosure of Information
 4) Intellectual Property
 5) Fair Business, Advertising and Competition
 6) Protection of Identity and Non-Retaliation
 7) Responsible Sourcing of Minerals
 8) Privacy

 1) Company Commitment
 2) Management Accountability and Responsibility
 3) Legal and Customer Requirements
 4) Risk Assessment and Risk Management
 5) Improvement Objectives
 6) Training
 7) Communication
 8) Worker Feedback and Participation
 9) Audits and Assessments
 10) Corrective Action Process
 11) Documentation and Records
 12) Supplier Responsibility

We request all suppliers to evaluate their own engagement status for each CSR item and area described in the guidebook by answering the "CSR/Green Procurement Survey".
Please be informed in advance that we may request an improvement of CSR activities depending on the answers in the Survey.


For inquiries, please contact us below.

Procurement Unit, Sakai Display Products Corporation
1 Takumi-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai, Osaka 590-8522, Japan



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